21 Prättigauer Route Radweg von Klosters nach Sargans

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47.8 km
3:00 h
780 mhd
780 mhd
Die imposante Sunnibergbrücke von Christian Menn
Auf dem Radweg 21 von Klosters nach Sargans

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Mit der Rhätischen Bahn von Landquart nach Klosters
Comfortable bike path from the fashionable monastery to the tranquil town of Sargans.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  1191 m
Lowest Point  480 m
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Start
Monastery
Destination
Sargans
Coordinates
46.869045, 9.8807

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Description

From the spa town of Klosters through the elongated Prättigau, on terraces and in side valleys, flanked by high mountains such as Silvretta and Rätikon. Continue to Landquart in the Rhine Valley, past the healing springs of Bad Ragaz to the transport hub Sargans.

Directions

The starting point is in the largest municipality of the Prättigau, in the illustrious spa town of Klosters, always a bit in competition with the sophisticated urban Davos. The route falls down to the Landquart, suddenly a huge concrete eagle swings over the valley; the elegant, 70-metre-high cable-stayed bridge by the ingenious bridge builder Christian Menn was inaugurated in 2005.

Along the river Landquart it goes through the elongated Prättigau with its villages in the valley, on terraces and in side valleys. Once Romanesque, the Prättigau is now a German-speaking valley, flanked by high mountains such as Silvretta and Rätikon, which contribute to the harsh climate of the valley.

A narrow gorge, the landscape widens and in the station Landquart is diligently changed. The route finds the Rhine dam and the healing springs of Bad Ragaz, and finally lands in Sargans, a hub of all traffic flows.

Directions

Public Transport

With the <a href="http://www.rhb.ch" target="_blank">Rhaetian Railway RhB to Klosters (timetable field 910).

Anreise Information

On the A13 and B28 to Klosters.

Parken

All parking spaces in Klosters are subject to a fee.

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